Vegetables Kale
Kale
Kale
Kale is an exceptionally cold-tolerant crop with a sweet flavor enhanced by frost and cold weather. The open-pollinated varieties are excellent for harvesting at either full size or baby-leaf stage, while the frilly hybrids are best for full-size production.
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Lacinato or "disonaur" type Italian heirloom with unique leaf shape.
Italian heirloom.
30 baby; 65 full size
Standard dark-green, curled kale; excellent yield and cold hardiness.
Standard dark-green, curled kale.
60 Days
Lacinato or "disonaur" type Italian heirloom with unique leaf shape.
Italian heirloom.
30 baby; 65 full size
Smooth red leaves with purple stems for babyleaf and bunching.
Red leaf organic kale for baby leaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Smooth red leaves with purple stems for babyleaf and bunching.
Smooth red leaves for baby leaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
For one-cut or traditional harvest.
For one-cut harvest.
55 Days
Tender, curly blue-green leaves for babyleaf and bunching.
Curly green leaves for babyleaf and bunching.
25 baby; 50 full size
Multi-purpose, open-pollinated red kale, similar to Redbor.
Multi-purpose, open-pollinated, red kale.
30 baby; 55 full size
Similar to Winterbor but purple-red, for garnishing and eating.
Deep purple-red, frilly leaves.
55 Days
Green, curly kale similar to Winterbor; later to mature, less curled.
Our recommended sub for Winterbor.
75 Days
Dark-green, curled kale, very similar to Winterbor.
Out of Stock
Organic, dark-green, curled kale.
55 Days
Out of Stock
The traditional leaf kale (Gallena) for Portuguese kale soup.
The traditional leaf kale (Gallena) for Portuguese kale soup.
80 Days
Sale
Nash's Green
Green curly kale, ideal for overwintering.
Organic green curly kale.
60 Days
Sale
Olympic Red
Farmer-bred, open-pollinated kale with variable color.
Farmer-bred OP kale.
60 Days
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